I Got a Letter for an AG Conference; Should I Sign an Agreed Court Order Without an Attorney to Advise?

by Ricardo Barrera

Never, never, never, never ever, go to the Texas Office of the Attorney General’s Office without a lawyer, or without consulting a lawyer first.

Very often there will be important issues that are not addressed relating to geographic limitations on where the child will live, or it will not contain halfway points for pick up and drop off and sometimes much more. Sometimes, child support is calculated in a way that a judge might calculate differently, so it’s fairer.

It is very important that you take your letter from the Attorney General to a competent lawyer and have them assist you.

Make sure to get competent legal representation.  Call The Barrera Law Firm at (956) 428-2822 or fill out this form for a free consultation



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